North Pacific Ocean animal life


Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include:

The ribbon seal is one of nine species of ice seals inhabiting the Arctic and is the only species in
Cuvier's beaked whales, sometimes called "goose-beaked whales," are members of the beaked whale family (Ziphiidae). They can reach lengths of
Killer whales most widely distributed marine mammals, found in all parts of the oceans; most abundant in colder waters, including
The beluga whale is a small, white-toothed whale. Adult belugas may reach a length of 16 feet (5 m), though average size
Harbor porpoises have a small, robust body with a short, blunt beak. Females are slightly larger than males. They have
  Baird's beaked whales, sometimes called "giant bottlenose whales," are the largest members of the beaked whale family (Ziphiidae). Females
Northern right whale dolphins are members of the delphinid family and the subfamily Lissodelphinae. They are approximately 6.5-10 ft (2-3 m) in
  PHYLUM: Chordata CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Ziphiidae GENUS: Mesoplodon SPECIES: carlhubbsi TOOTHED or TOOTHLESS (BALEEN): Toothed FRESHWATER, SALTERWATER
Striped dolphins are some of the most abundant and widespread dolphins in the world. These dolphins can reach lengths of
Dwarf sperm whales are in the family Kogiidae. They can reach lengths of up to about 9 feet (2.7 m) and